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Upcoming Special Events

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ESPC Caregiver Conference & Elder Expo

Mark your calendars for this FREE event!  Tuesday, October 3rd at 6pm.  The 2017 ESPC Caregiver Conference features guest speaker Linn Possell, a member of the Teepa Snow Positive Approach Team.  Registered conference attendees can get a sneak peak at the Elder Expo!  Can’t attend the conference?  Be sure to stop by the Frederick fairgrounds Wednesday, October 4th 9am-2pm for the Elder Expo to connect with more than 70 local businesses providing services related to aging and senior care.  Click HERE for details or visit www.espcfrederick.com.  See flyer HERE.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Join Team Daybreak as we walk to end Alzheimer’s on Sunday, October 15th.  You can register HERE.  Click here for flyer.

WHAG News Clip

Reporter Jordan Lindsay of WHAG news stopped by Daybreak on June 13th to highlight the importance of daytime care for seniors.  We are so grateful for the opportunity to promote our services and show the local community how we can help!

Community Forum Night

Held 5:00-7:00pm the first Tuesday of the month at the C. Burr Artz Library in downtown Frederick.  Community Living, Inc. invites you learn about local non-profit organizations while enjoying a complimentary dinner.  Each month the spotlight is on a different organization. Come to this FREE educational networking event!  Click here for flyer.

Support Group

Please join us the third Monday of each month for our caregiver support group. The group meets from 4:30-6:30 at the center and offers caregivers a chance to talk to others, share ideas, learn about resources, and just decompress. We also offer dinner and provide caregiving for your loved one. There is no cost to attend, but we do ask that you RSVP in advance.

Daybreak Adult Day Services
7819 Rocky Springs Road
Frederick, MD 21702

301-6961164 (fax)
TTY/HCO 1-800-735-2258


“I don’t think any place or group of people could have been kinder to my mom than Daybreak.”


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